Kingsville is conveniently located within 20 minutes of some of the finest fishing to be had in South Texas. Via the regional Baffin Bay, one may find red drum, trout, flounder, and many other species. There are also many local guides that will gladly provide you with services any time throughout the year. More information on available guides can be found here.
Baffin Bay is a bay in South Texas, an inlet of the larger Laguna Madre. Located near the Gulf of Mexico, Baffin Bay forms part of the boundary between Kenedy County and Kleberg County. Riviera Beach and Loyola Beach are salt water recreational areas on the upper reaches of Baffin Bay, southeast of Kingsville. Baffin Bay off Laguna Madre is known for saltwater trout and red drum fishing. Kaufer-Hubert Memorial Park & Sea Wind RV Resort has a boat ramp, campground, swimming beach, picnic areas, playground, fishing pier and other amenities. Fishing piers and bait-tackle shops are also available at Riviera Beach Park. More information on Baffin Bay can be found here.
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Fishing Review Video
The Harrod’s head out on an adventure to South Texas and fish for reds, drum, and speck’s in Baffin Bay. Enjoy this special edition of The Northwest Outdoorsmen and be sure to check out more.
The bay has a variety of piers, picnic areas, rv parks, camping grounds, boat ramps, and wade fishing locations for any fisherman’s preference. Many places also support fishing at night with lit piers for your safety and cleaning stations!